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I Am Still Committed To Biafra Says Uwazuruike

I Am Still Committed To Biafra Says Uwazuruike Uwazuruike

The Leader of Biafra Independence Move­ment (BIM), Chief Ralph Uwazuruike, has again restated his resolve to actualise Biafra as an independent nation, declaring that adopting Nigeria was adopting slavery, corrup­tion, poverty, marginalisa­tion, inequality and instabil­ity.

Uwazuruike expressed confidence that Biafra can never be wished away, say­ing that in every Igbo man, there is Biafra. He stated that the granting of Biafran independence from Nige­ria is for the good of all the ethnic nationalities in the country.

“If I will not get Biafra, I wouldn’t have come out to start talking about it in the first place and the non-vi­olence method which I understudied for years in India would be defeated.”

He stated this in a state­ment endorsed by the Bi­afra Director of Informa­tion, Mazi Chris Mocha. According to him, he had in November 1, 1999 inter­nationalised the struggle, and recalled that had ap­plied to the United Nations Secretary General, Mr Koffi Anan.

He said the people of Bi­afra, consisting of the five Igbo speaking states and with large populations in Rivers, Delta and Cross Riv­er States numbering about 40 million people.


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